Date   

SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 04 May 2017

KE7GFZ@...
 

"SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters" reminder
When
Thursday, 04 May 2017
08:00 PM to 08:30 PM
(GMT) Monrovia / Reykjavik
Notes
Net meets on the Club Repeater. 441.825 + shift w/tone 103.5 If the 441 repeater fails then go to one of the following repeaters: Duvall: 443.250 + shift w/tone 103.5 Carnation: 145.590 no shift w/ tone 103.5 If Repeater(s) fail then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net! Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
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Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Carnation space status update

Robin WA7CPA
 

Thank you to all. Your dedication to maintaining club equipment is both impressive and widely appreciated.
Robin
WA7CPA


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Re: KE7GFZ ท Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Carnation space status update

Paul Butzi (W7PFB)
 

And I want to add that all of this is  built on the foundation laid by Dan KA7GPP who is the one who figured out the loop and tuner, etc and I am pretty sure ordered the tuner and fiberglass poles for the loop right at the beginning before moving up to Arlington.  Dan’s contributions have been essential and have continued even at a distance, as he has been roped in to consult several times along the way.  Hopefully we have not yet exhausted his patience. 

So, special thanks to Dan.


-p KG7STV
73, don’t forget to smile and have fun



On May 1, 2017, at 3:07 PM, 'Rowland Brasch' rwb@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:


I would like to thank all of you for the great work!

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland 

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] 
Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 7:13 AM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Carnation space status update

 

  

With the contributions of time, expertise, and materials from Jim W7ABD,  Shawn K7ATA, Tom WA7TBP, and Paul KG7STV we’ve made tremendous progress at getting the radios in the Carnation City Hall space operational.

 

Details:

 

* The Comet GP-6 VHF/UHF antenna we had on the roof that was serving the dual band VHF/UHF Kenwood TM-V71A had failed over the winter.  Not long ago, Jim and I replaced it with a Comet GP-3 of unknown history.  Today we replaced that GP-3 with a Comet tri-band CX-333 which will cover 2m, 1.25m, and 70cm.  We’ve run an antenna analyzer and the SWR on all three bands is excellent.  That antenna is now connected to the TM-V71A and that radio is available for use.

 

* We had been unaware the GP-6 had failed (water ingress) until Jim happened to hook up an antenna analyzer and check it.  The period of time where the antenna was useless and thus the TM-V71A was not operational could have been anywhere between 4 months and mere minutes.  This underscores that we need club members to USE that radio on a regular basis so that we’re confident that it is always working correctly.  I’d love to see club members establish a rotation where every week a different member takes a turn checking in to the weekly UHF net from the Carnation space.  That would advance two goals: we would notice any equipment failure quickly, and it would get club members familiar and comfortable with operating from the Carnation space.  If you’re game to try the Kenwood TM-V71A radio let me know and I’d be delighted to meet you there and walk you through getting into the room and using the radio.

 

* The horizontal loop antenna and remote tuner for HF are now up and operational.  The Yaesu FT-857 is connected and today Jim and I watched with great delight as Shawn conducted an SSB QSO with Tom operating mobile in his vehicle.  There are still some issues to be sorted out with this gear so I’m going to ask folks to hold off on using the HF rig until we get all the details nailed down tight AND establish some training for proper operation.

 

* there are now logbooks in the Club room.  One is to log when you visit the space, one is to log use of and changes to the VHF/UHF radio, and one is to log use of and changes to the HF setup.  If you visit the space please make an entry in the log for the room giving the date, time, your name and callsign and any problems or issues you found.  If you use one of the radios, please make an entry in the appropriate logbook.  It takes only seconds to make an entry in the logbook, so please please please do it.  The logbook for the room is hanging on a coathook near the door, the logbooks for the radios are on the counter next to each radio.

 

* I want to thank Jim, Shawn, and Tom for all their assistance in all this.

 

-p KG7STV
73, don’t forget to smile and have fun

 




Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Carnation space status update

slick
 

I would like to thank all of you for the great work!

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 7:13 AM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Carnation space status update

 

 

With the contributions of time, expertise, and materials from Jim W7ABD,  Shawn K7ATA, Tom WA7TBP, and Paul KG7STV we’ve made tremendous progress at getting the radios in the Carnation City Hall space operational.

 

Details:

 

* The Comet GP-6 VHF/UHF antenna we had on the roof that was serving the dual band VHF/UHF Kenwood TM-V71A had failed over the winter.  Not long ago, Jim and I replaced it with a Comet GP-3 of unknown history.  Today we replaced that GP-3 with a Comet tri-band CX-333 which will cover 2m, 1.25m, and 70cm.  We’ve run an antenna analyzer and the SWR on all three bands is excellent.  That antenna is now connected to the TM-V71A and that radio is available for use.

 

* We had been unaware the GP-6 had failed (water ingress) until Jim happened to hook up an antenna analyzer and check it.  The period of time where the antenna was useless and thus the TM-V71A was not operational could have been anywhere between 4 months and mere minutes.  This underscores that we need club members to USE that radio on a regular basis so that we’re confident that it is always working correctly.  I’d love to see club members establish a rotation where every week a different member takes a turn checking in to the weekly UHF net from the Carnation space.  That would advance two goals: we would notice any equipment failure quickly, and it would get club members familiar and comfortable with operating from the Carnation space.  If you’re game to try the Kenwood TM-V71A radio let me know and I’d be delighted to meet you there and walk you through getting into the room and using the radio.

 

* The horizontal loop antenna and remote tuner for HF are now up and operational.  The Yaesu FT-857 is connected and today Jim and I watched with great delight as Shawn conducted an SSB QSO with Tom operating mobile in his vehicle.  There are still some issues to be sorted out with this gear so I’m going to ask folks to hold off on using the HF rig until we get all the details nailed down tight AND establish some training for proper operation.

 

* there are now logbooks in the Club room.  One is to log when you visit the space, one is to log use of and changes to the VHF/UHF radio, and one is to log use of and changes to the HF setup.  If you visit the space please make an entry in the log for the room giving the date, time, your name and callsign and any problems or issues you found.  If you use one of the radios, please make an entry in the appropriate logbook.  It takes only seconds to make an entry in the logbook, so please please please do it.  The logbook for the room is hanging on a coathook near the door, the logbooks for the radios are on the counter next to each radio.

 

* I want to thank Jim, Shawn, and Tom for all their assistance in all this.

 

-p KG7STV
73, don’t forget to smile and have fun

 


Carnation space status update

Paul Butzi (W7PFB)
 

With the contributions of time, expertise, and materials from Jim W7ABD,  Shawn K7ATA, Tom WA7TBP, and Paul KG7STV we’ve made tremendous progress at getting the radios in the Carnation City Hall space operational.

Details:

* The Comet GP-6 VHF/UHF antenna we had on the roof that was serving the dual band VHF/UHF Kenwood TM-V71A had failed over the winter.  Not long ago, Jim and I replaced it with a Comet GP-3 of unknown history.  Today we replaced that GP-3 with a Comet tri-band CX-333 which will cover 2m, 1.25m, and 70cm.  We’ve run an antenna analyzer and the SWR on all three bands is excellent.  That antenna is now connected to the TM-V71A and that radio is available for use.

* We had been unaware the GP-6 had failed (water ingress) until Jim happened to hook up an antenna analyzer and check it.  The period of time where the antenna was useless and thus the TM-V71A was not operational could have been anywhere between 4 months and mere minutes.  This underscores that we need club members to USE that radio on a regular basis so that we’re confident that it is always working correctly.  I’d love to see club members establish a rotation where every week a different member takes a turn checking in to the weekly UHF net from the Carnation space.  That would advance two goals: we would notice any equipment failure quickly, and it would get club members familiar and comfortable with operating from the Carnation space.  If you’re game to try the Kenwood TM-V71A radio let me know and I’d be delighted to meet you there and walk you through getting into the room and using the radio.

* The horizontal loop antenna and remote tuner for HF are now up and operational.  The Yaesu FT-857 is connected and today Jim and I watched with great delight as Shawn conducted an SSB QSO with Tom operating mobile in his vehicle.  There are still some issues to be sorted out with this gear so I’m going to ask folks to hold off on using the HF rig until we get all the details nailed down tight AND establish some training for proper operation.

* there are now logbooks in the Club room.  One is to log when you visit the space, one is to log use of and changes to the VHF/UHF radio, and one is to log use of and changes to the HF setup.  If you visit the space please make an entry in the log for the room giving the date, time, your name and callsign and any problems or issues you found.  If you use one of the radios, please make an entry in the appropriate logbook.  It takes only seconds to make an entry in the logbook, so please please please do it.  The logbook for the room is hanging on a coathook near the door, the logbooks for the radios are on the counter next to each radio.

* I want to thank Jim, Shawn, and Tom for all their assistance in all this.

-p KG7STV
73, don’t forget to smile and have fun




Interesting antenna video

Shawn / K7ATA
 

Friends,

Here's an interesting presentation from 1981 that pretty much covers everything you ever wanted to know about antennas.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEigIMS6bo4&t=824s



--
--Shawn
--K7ATA


SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 27 April 2017

KE7GFZ@...
 

"SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters" reminder
When
Thursday, 27 April 2017
08:00 PM to 08:30 PM
(GMT) Monrovia / Reykjavik
Notes
Net meets on the Club Repeater. 441.825 + shift w/tone 103.5 If the 441 repeater fails then go to one of the following repeaters: Duvall: 443.250 + shift w/tone 103.5 Carnation: 145.590 no shift w/ tone 103.5 If Repeater(s) fail then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net! Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
From
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SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 27 April 2017

KE7GFZ@...
 

"SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters" reminder
When
Thursday, 27 April 2017
08:00 PM to 08:30 PM
(GMT) Monrovia / Reykjavik
Notes
Net meets on the Club Repeater. 441.825 + shift w/tone 103.5 If the 441 repeater fails then go to one of the following repeaters: Duvall: 443.250 + shift w/tone 103.5 Carnation: 145.590 no shift w/ tone 103.5 If Repeater(s) fail then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net! Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
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Re: Call for instructors for Technician class May 13 & May 20

larry@...
 

Dan KA7GPP, the 2nd day will work fine. We need you as a VE, so Lesson 11 - 18 are available.

Dick KF7TUA, I put you down for 3 & 5.

The updated teaching list is at:

http://unbridledllc.com/hamclass/Lesson-Instructors.txt

Larry, N7ART


SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 20 April 2017

KE7GFZ@...
 

"SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters" reminder
When
Thursday, 20 April 2017
08:00 PM to 08:30 PM
(GMT) Monrovia / Reykjavik
Notes
Net meets on the Club Repeater. 441.825 + shift w/tone 103.5 If the 441 repeater fails then go to one of the following repeaters: Duvall: 443.250 + shift w/tone 103.5 Carnation: 145.590 no shift w/ tone 103.5 If Repeater(s) fail then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net! Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
From
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Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 20 April 2017

slick
 

In the files section under net control and scripts

 

Thank you,

 

Rowland

 

(NOTE: Please start using my other email address (slick56@... ) from now on as the

National Microscope email will be ceasing in the next few months.)

 

Rowland Brasch | National Microscope Exchange, Inc.

11405 W. Lake Joy DR NE | Carnation, WA  98014

rwb@... | www.nationalmicroscope.com

800-851-7635 |425-788-2662 | Fax: 425-788-3563

 

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...]
Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 5:37 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 20 April 2017

 

 

Where can a new club member find the Net Controller's List?


Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 20 April 2017

slick
 

On the Yahoo group site but they have to be a group member.

 

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/KE7GFZ/info

 

Thank you,

 

Rowland

 

(NOTE: Please start using my other email address (slick56@... ) from now on as the

National Microscope email will be ceasing in the next few months.)

 

Rowland Brasch | National Microscope Exchange, Inc.

11405 W. Lake Joy DR NE | Carnation, WA  98014

rwb@... | www.nationalmicroscope.com

800-851-7635 |425-788-2662 | Fax: 425-788-3563

 

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...]
Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 5:37 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 20 April 2017

 

 

Where can a new club member find the Net Controller's List?


Re: SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 20 April 2017

Robin WA7CPA
 

Where can a new club member find the Net Controller's List?


SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 20 April 2017

KE7GFZ@...
 

"SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters" reminder
When
Thursday, 20 April 2017
08:00 PM to 08:30 PM
(GMT) Monrovia / Reykjavik
Notes
Net meets on the Club Repeater. 441.825 + shift w/tone 103.5 If the 441 repeater fails then go to one of the following repeaters: Duvall: 443.250 + shift w/tone 103.5 Carnation: 145.590 no shift w/ tone 103.5 If Repeater(s) fail then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net! Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
From
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Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Call for instructors for Technician class May 13 & May 20

kf7tua@yahoo.com
 

Larry,

Why don't you put me down for Module 3 and Module 5. 

Dick Freiheit
KF7TUA

Sent from my iPad

On Apr 18, 2017, at 12:12 PM, larry@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:

 

Hi All,

I'm using the ARRL slides for the Technician class because if follows ARRL's Level 1 Technician book. We'll do 10 lesson modules the first day and 8 the 2nd day. If you can help, let me know which lesson module or two from below you want to teach and I'll put your name next to it. A lesson module could be reordered if you want to teach it on a different day.

Slides are located at: http://unbridledllc.com/hamclass/

Lesson Module 1: Welcome to Amateur Radio (Nancy Carpenter, KI7EMC)
Lesson Module 2: Radio Waves and Signals (Debbi LerMond, K7DAL)
Lesson Module 3: Modulation & Bandwidth
Lesson Module 4: Electricity
Lesson Module 5: Ohm's Law, Power, and Metric System
Lesson Module 6: Electronic Components
Lesson Module 7: Types of Radio Circuits
Lesson Module 8: Propagation
Lesson Module 9: Antennas and Feed Lines
Lesson Module 10: Practical Antenna Systems
Lesson Module 11: Basic Amateur Radio Station Equipment
Lesson Module 12: Power Sources and Interference
Lesson Module 13: Communicating with Other Hams, Part 1
Lesson Module 14: Communicating with Other Hams, Part 2
Lesson Module 15: License Regulations and License Privileges
Lesson Module 16: Call Signs and Operating Regulations, Part 1
Lesson Module 17: Call Signs and Operating Regulations, Part 2
Lesson Module 18: Safety and Amateur Radio

Here is the event information at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/33224017932

Thanks,

Larry



Re: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Call for instructors for Technician class May 13 & May 20

Dan Pflugrath
 

Larry,

I am available both days but if you get enough volunteers for the first day's modules I can do as many modules as needed for the second day to keep my travel to one day.  I am a VE so the second day I would be there to help with the testing.

 

I can do any of the modules so make sure everyone gets the modules they are comfortable with.

 

 

73,

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

dpflugrath@...

425-941-2339

 

 

 

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...]
Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2017 12:13 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Call for instructors for Technician class May 13 & May 20

 

 

Hi All,

I'm using the ARRL slides for the Technician class because if follows ARRL's Level 1 Technician book. We'll do 10 lesson modules the first day and 8 the 2nd day. If you can help, let me know which lesson module or two from below you want to teach and I'll put your name next to it. A lesson module could be reordered if you want to teach it on a different day.

Slides are located at: http://unbridledllc.com/hamclass/

Lesson Module 1: Welcome to Amateur Radio (Nancy Carpenter, KI7EMC)
Lesson Module 2: Radio Waves and Signals (Debbi LerMond, K7DAL)
Lesson Module 3: Modulation & Bandwidth
Lesson Module 4: Electricity
Lesson Module 5: Ohm's Law, Power, and Metric System
Lesson Module 6: Electronic Components
Lesson Module 7: Types of Radio Circuits
Lesson Module 8: Propagation
Lesson Module 9: Antennas and Feed Lines
Lesson Module 10: Practical Antenna Systems
Lesson Module 11: Basic Amateur Radio Station Equipment
Lesson Module 12: Power Sources and Interference
Lesson Module 13: Communicating with Other Hams, Part 1
Lesson Module 14: Communicating with Other Hams, Part 2
Lesson Module 15: License Regulations and License Privileges
Lesson Module 16: Call Signs and Operating Regulations, Part 1
Lesson Module 17: Call Signs and Operating Regulations, Part 2
Lesson Module 18: Safety and Amateur Radio

Here is the event information at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/33224017932

Thanks,

Larry

 



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Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Call for instructors for Technician class May 13 & May 20

slick
 

I can do 4 and 6

 

Thank you,

 

Rowland

 

(NOTE: Please start using my other email address (slick56@... ) from now on as the

National Microscope email will be ceasing in the next few months.)

 

Rowland Brasch | National Microscope Exchange, Inc.

11405 W. Lake Joy DR NE | Carnation, WA  98014

rwb@... | www.nationalmicroscope.com

800-851-7635 |425-788-2662 | Fax: 425-788-3563

 

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...]
Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2017 12:13 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Call for instructors for Technician class May 13 & May 20

 

 

Hi All,

I'm using the ARRL slides for the Technician class because if follows ARRL's Level 1 Technician book. We'll do 10 lesson modules the first day and 8 the 2nd day. If you can help, let me know which lesson module or two from below you want to teach and I'll put your name next to it. A lesson module could be reordered if you want to teach it on a different day.

Slides are located at: http://unbridledllc.com/hamclass/

Lesson Module 1: Welcome to Amateur Radio (Nancy Carpenter, KI7EMC)
Lesson Module 2: Radio Waves and Signals (Debbi LerMond, K7DAL)
Lesson Module 3: Modulation & Bandwidth
Lesson Module 4: Electricity
Lesson Module 5: Ohm's Law, Power, and Metric System
Lesson Module 6: Electronic Components
Lesson Module 7: Types of Radio Circuits
Lesson Module 8: Propagation
Lesson Module 9: Antennas and Feed Lines
Lesson Module 10: Practical Antenna Systems
Lesson Module 11: Basic Amateur Radio Station Equipment
Lesson Module 12: Power Sources and Interference
Lesson Module 13: Communicating with Other Hams, Part 1
Lesson Module 14: Communicating with Other Hams, Part 2
Lesson Module 15: License Regulations and License Privileges
Lesson Module 16: Call Signs and Operating Regulations, Part 1
Lesson Module 17: Call Signs and Operating Regulations, Part 2
Lesson Module 18: Safety and Amateur Radio

Here is the event information at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/33224017932

Thanks,

Larry

 


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Call for instructors for Technician class May 13 & May 20

larry@...
 

Hi All,

I'm using the ARRL slides for the Technician class because if follows ARRL's Level 1 Technician book. We'll do 10 lesson modules the first day and 8 the 2nd day. If you can help, let me know which lesson module or two from below you want to teach and I'll put your name next to it. A lesson module could be reordered if you want to teach it on a different day.

Slides are located at: http://unbridledllc.com/hamclass/

Lesson Module 1: Welcome to Amateur Radio (Nancy Carpenter, KI7EMC)
Lesson Module 2: Radio Waves and Signals (Debbi LerMond, K7DAL)
Lesson Module 3: Modulation & Bandwidth
Lesson Module 4: Electricity
Lesson Module 5: Ohm's Law, Power, and Metric System
Lesson Module 6: Electronic Components
Lesson Module 7: Types of Radio Circuits
Lesson Module 8: Propagation
Lesson Module 9: Antennas and Feed Lines
Lesson Module 10: Practical Antenna Systems
Lesson Module 11: Basic Amateur Radio Station Equipment
Lesson Module 12: Power Sources and Interference
Lesson Module 13: Communicating with Other Hams, Part 1
Lesson Module 14: Communicating with Other Hams, Part 2
Lesson Module 15: License Regulations and License Privileges
Lesson Module 16: Call Signs and Operating Regulations, Part 1
Lesson Module 17: Call Signs and Operating Regulations, Part 2
Lesson Module 18: Safety and Amateur Radio

Here is the event information at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/33224017932

Thanks,

Larry


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